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  1. Hey everyone! As promised I will try to create a post, in an effort to shed some light over the issues that most of us seem to be facing ever since we got hit with the wonderful twofer of Covid-19 AND the analytics system breaking down. I will share what little insights I have over how SERP may or may not work, but I will avoid diving into too much detail as I have in no way figured things out. (Nor is that my intent) OK so to kick things off, let me just state the obvious: Everything I share here is based on my personal observation, and I am not making any claims that I have a hack or I am certified to tell people what to do. Same, same…but different I have been on the forum since 2013 and please do keep in mind that seller’s number 1 gripe is their ranking and how unfair the system is. At first everyone wanted to be on the front page, as that meant you got dozens of deliveries per day, until you passed out trying to facilitate all orders. Then as the marketplace evolved, everyone started complaining about their gig’s rank in search results. So while this issue is constantly coming up as it is our nature to complain and looking for something to blame when sales are low, I noticed that every time the marketplace shifts the number of people complaining surges. I think that every time Fiverr makes a change in how the algorithm processes things, a lot of sellers -even senior ones with a proven track record- start getting these weird blackouts, as I call them. It’s when you get a feeling that someone turned off the faucet that was getting you leads/sales. Small periods in time when it feels like it’s the end of your career on Fiverr, as no one is making a peep. And to make things worse, you see other sellers in your category that have orders in queue. Contrary to public belief (a lot of people think that since I am a PRO and TRS level seller, everything is coming up roses) I too am hit every time something changes. Here’s my sales analytics for the past 30 days, let me know if you can spot the blackouts: FIVERR LAST 30 DAYS black outs1291×459 111 KBKeep things in perspective If our gig is on the top of search results, we feel like it’s only fair, as we view our selves as the best seller that ever was, and our gig will always be superior to those of our competitors. When our gigs rank lower on search results, especially when newer gigs or gigs with poor reviews rank on top of ours, then surely: -things must be broken -Fiverr is out to get us -the system is rigged -someone is hacking their way to success You know… All that good stuff… So what is up? Ok so this is what I keep saying, and people refuse to listen to: Fiverr’s algorithm isn’t broken. It’s a really complex combo of software and machine learning, designed to do one thing, and one thing only: make Fiverr money, quickly, and with as little risk possible. A lot of sellers take things personally. Fiverr is unfair, CS agents are refusing to help, the system doesn’t care about us. “If my gig doesn’t make money, how will Fiverr profit?” I see a lot of sellers who used to be on a hot streak present that argument. Well, there are thousands of sellers like you, and millions of gigs just like yours, so if you don’t make them money, someone else will. Things may seem irrational, because they are. This is essentially a robot programmed to do that one thing. If it seems illogical to you that you used to be at the top of the search results and now you are not, I assure you there is definitely some logic behind it, it’s just not one that we can comprehend with what we know. OK now it’s time for the good stuff! That being said, I do feel as there’s an issue here. In fact there is a symphony of a lot of tiny issues that have cooked up quite a storm: •We are living in abnormal times, where a pandemic is shocking our financial systems with new threats each week •There has been a surge in new sellers, dropping in on an already saturated marketplace •Fiverr definitely messed something up when they started implementing their promoted gigs feature (which seems to have cause all gig analytics to just stop working altogether) All of the above, are acting as an accelerator that makes the algorithm move quicker. Time to put your tinfoil caps on! As I keep saying there are several metrics that the algorithm uses in order to come up with the optimal SERP to streamline Fiverr’s profit. I can start naming them, but to be honest it’s mostly guesswork, but we all know there are several factors in play here. Here are the ones I think Fiverr’s search engine is mostly looking at: -your gig’s SEO (it’s used to define your relevance) -your gig’s potential value (it’s used to better match your offering with buyer’s behavior) -your gig’s performance (this is on two levels: turnaround efficiency and secret reviews -your profile’s “status” (your ability to close, meaning convert leads into sales) That’s just the tip of the iceberg, as there are a bunch of variables we don’t know, and will never be able to find out. I think the best way to explain each point is by discussion/answering questions, so I will be active on this thread to talk with any sellers that want to exchange experiences and shed some light into this. (I also have a theory that Fiverr no longer pushes for big-ticket items, as they pose a greater risk, with a longer turnaround time. So in my case that was truly worrisome, as I shifted my core business to cater bigger projects/clients back in 2017.) It’s all about relevance As I have mentioned before on several occasions, Fiverr search results are more dynamic than we think. Good gigs don’t go to the top and stay there. Getting to the top of the search results is not a reward. It’s not something that happens exclusively to good sellers with great gigs. Fiverr serves -what it thinks- are the most relevant results to buyers’ queries. That’s it. That being said, based on my personal experience, after the initial shock of Covid-19 plus Fiverr’s screw up, I have come to one conclusion that has been useful to me. We are now in a phase where Fiverr sellers are going to have a hard time staying relevant. The marketplace is -and always will be- trying to correct itself. So staying relevant means we now need to be reactive. We as sellers need to react to what’s happening, based on our personal goals, financial needs and the data we have on our hands. So in my case, here’s when I reacted to the marketplace: FIVERR LAST 30 DAYS REACTION1291×459 131 KBSo this is the same graph as before, but I now have marked when I started re-acting to what the marketplace was telling me: “you are getting more and more irrelevant by the minute”. Mind you the 30 days before this graph had even more blackouts in them. So what did I do? I started closing faster. Meaning I started taking projects I would normally reject, or in some cases I reduced frictions that usually occur due to budget constraint or deadline’s overlapping. This is me reacting to the situation, by compromising at my discretion in order to get some orders in, which would signify Fiverr’s algo that I am still able to perform. I tweaked SEO, only on dead gigs Once again a reminder that I am part of the “success” program, meaning that I can change the entire description of my gig, plus all tags and my gig will remain visible in search results, no downtime for manual review. So tweaking stuff for me meant that I wouldn’t have to wait 48 hours to see if my gig started appearing again or not. Even then I only made minor modifications, and only on gigs that appeared to be completely dead. I shifted my focus when delivering orders I spent more time asking questions in the beginning of the on boarding process, so that I could hit the nail in the head in the first go, avoiding revisions requests. I did so even on my “templated” gigs, you know, the ones I consider to be foolproof. Of course none of the above applies to all of us, since in order to be able to react like that means you still get some leads and some orders in, even if things have slowed down. That’s why I think that instead of me writing more things I tried on this post, it would be better if I responded to questions so fellow forum members can ask me about the situation they are currently in, right now. This has been a rather long post, I will stop writing here and I look forward to having a discussion with anyone who is willing to participate. I am here to help anyway I can. Thanks gang. 🙂
    21 points
  2. Screenshot_20200615-101732~2540×697 21.8 KBHonestly, it’s been an interesting journey for me so far, but definitely not rosy. I joined around July 2019 when I was done with high school, and at that time, it wasn’t up to two weeks before I even got my first sale. I was really excited, but eventually, I had no idea that something like a means of identification would be required to continue selling, and my account got temporarily disabled since I couldn’t provide one. I applied for my international passport, since I was just 16 and couldn’t get a driver’s license, and I thought I would get it within two weeks or a month and get back to continue selling, but, well, things didn’t work out as planned. I faced a lot of delays in getting it and it took up to six months before I could get it. I didn’t give up though, and by February, I got my ID verified and I joined back again. Thanks to customer support, my account was safely kept for me within the six-month period I was trying to get my passport. When I joined back, I was scared that no one would want to buy from someone whose last delivery was six months ago, because we all know that’s something that’ll be obvious on my profile, but I didn’t let that scare me much and I still went on to the buyers request section to reply as much as I could. Luckily, I got my first sale again from there, and, well, the rest just fell into place, and now I’m officially a level one seller. I just decided to share this with you guys because of how excited I am. It’s not being easy, but i’m very happy to be one of the many teenage writers who have attained the level one status here, and I hope to achieve more. 🙂
    12 points
  3. I’m sure the majority have seen me around on the forums recently, sometimes telling people off, sometimes congratulating people, or just sharing my opinion. In my almost two years on fiverr I have had ups, and a lot more downs, but in the past 15 days I have made 150% more than the entire earnings required for level one seller, a feat that initially took me an entire 6 months of hard, and cheap work. I cannot believe, and I never EVER thought that I would become a level one seller, and never in a MILLION years achieve the rank of a level two seller. I also recently just created a thread talking about how I was pretty burnt out of working here, especially due to the people who always try to get discounts, and just poor buyers in general. I was given the suggestion to raise my prices, something that has always worried me, and I haven’t had the courage to do so. As always I had a bunch of people with who I’ve talked with before, and who always provide me with super helpful information, and tips, that I’ve always taken to heart. Today I was ranked up to level two seller, which has given me the courage to increase my prices to 500 words for 10$ with an extra 5$ for each 250 words, and I plan to raise it further once my new audio equipment arrives. Through the years on fiverr I have always felt mostly welcomed on the forums, and almost always enjoy my time here, accept for the people who beg to get sales, and ask why they haven’t gotten a sale after creating their gig 3 minutes ago. Oh, and don’t forget the people who always call me a “dear” because I love being called a woman, longish hair = female 100%. I just wanted to thank the people who have always given me useful information, and don’t just blow me off because I look like I may be immature, or young, or just doesn’t know what he’s doing. People such as @english_voice have been especially kind, and provided some of the best information I have ever been given, and people who think otherwise are obviously stuck up, and probably won’t do well in the future. Again, thank you to everyone who has helped me along my way, and one last thing, please don’t pollute the comments with: “congrats dear, but pls look at my gig and give me sales” or “nice bro, but how do I get sales?” Thank you all from the bottom of my heart, Joshvoices4you
    11 points
  4. Gig Marketing is a great way to get our first order or more orders in Fiverr and rank in Fiverr search result. But I wanted to know - How many times I should share my gig in social media per day? I know some sellers they never share any of their gigs in social media or send any buyer request or they even didn’t do any gig marketing but still, they get orders all the years. My question is How? Can someone explain all of my questions? Thank You.
    8 points
  5. Screenshot (1010)3840×2160 934 KBI’ve been a buyer on this platform for years, but I just started selling recently and I’m just happy about achieving Level one and wanted to share it (even though it’s way lower than my off platform earnings, it still feels great!). There’s something about completing orders with a perfect rating and making people happy that is often missing from real life projects. Maybe it’s the feeling of validation and gamification that gives you a dopamine rush. Anyway, what’s been your experience on the platform after becoming a Level one seller? I tend to get a lot of messages from people supposedly from the US with really broken English and South Asian names trying to outsource/arbitrage their work for $10-15. Does this ever stop? Also, how do you increase the number of orders? I will definitely reach the amount goal to Level 2 long before I reach 50 orders. Minus these occasional messages and the odd low-baller, most clients have been great-paying above my highest gig rates, some even tipping consistently and becoming repeat clients. I hope you’ll have similar (or even better) success on the platform and keep rising the ranks!
    8 points
  6. Hello. So before I start I just want to emphasize that this is not 3-4 days thing. I performed test for 2 months before making my report toward Fiverr customer support. I live in Europe and my working hours (availability) are from 8 AM to 9 PM. As new seller i get to see buyers request occasionally, but Fiverr CS states the following: You must keep in mind that due to your location in Europe, most active users may be on different timezones and for your Gigs, the most active users seem to be at what is the afternoon/night for you. There is nothing we can do on our end as the system automatically releases the requests as they become available and there is no schedule for them or anything we can do to modify it so you only receive it during your day time. The buyer requests do not have any specified time of posting, they are uploaded once buyers create them. Now, back to me. What is happening to me is that during the daytime from 8 am till 8 pm I get 1-3 max buyers requests on a daily bases (so just 3 same all day long) and then at 8 PM, I get 10 or 20 requests. Now I can not reply to them since I have 1 hour left before I go to sleep. According to Fiverr, I see BR when they are created, but what I have in record is that no buyer is putting anything online and then 20 of them do it at 8 PM exactly. If this was random, like 6 pm 9 pm I would agree completely with Fiverr CS, but every day for 2 months I have the same situation, very few BR shown during day and then 10-20 and more exactly at 8 PM. I presumed this is some setting in Fiverr system since I see no other reason why all day I get little BR and then I get more in one big pile at 8 pm when it is too late for me. And why not 8 am :D? Can anyone share some light on this? And please do not respond where to find BR and how come you can not see BR, this is not a topic for that.
    8 points
  7. gig analytics bug1176×50 28.4 KBWe are currently experiencing a problem preventing you from seeing your Gigs’ impressions, clicks, and views. But not to worry, your Gigs are active. Fiverr’s Dev team is aware of the bug and is working on a resolution. Thank you for your patience. You can share your experience or post an update on this in this thread. Edit on : 2020-06-01T18:00:00Z We already have 500+ replies regarding this issue, Fiverr Dev Team working on it to fix. Unless Fiverr fixes the issue, there isn’t anything we can do. For now, the thread is closed for any new reply, For detailed information please read the entire thread, a lot of information/experience already shared here. Edit: The issue is resolved. If you still do not see the fix, please log out, try clearing cookies, and logging back in. If that still doesn’t work, please contact support with your information. ~ Read This.
    7 points
  8. Something that has been on my mind about the whole algorithm thing is a combination of the following two things. Situation 1: many people rarely or have never edited their gigs.Fiverr has had many changes to gig options in the last few years with new sections, subsections, features, “included” sections etc.This means that there are likely to be a lot of sellers who have incomplete gig descriptions - eg. Have an SEO gig that doesn’t specify what type of SEO they offer (on-site, off-site etc), or have a writing gig that doesn’t specify the writing style or content specialization etc. Situation 2: Algorithms are constantly being tested to see what effects things have. This can mean that (for example) in January, a lot of importance is given to one factor but then in March, the importance is given to something else. This could cause a complete change in rankings. Now, if you combine the two situations here, someone who has never selected certain features for their gig will be moved to the very last page when that feature is prioritized in the algorithm, as they have a zero/null value on that. What’s more, very often when I have edited gigs, I have noticed a new feature and just entered it, thinking maybe I missed it the first time or something. So when some people edit their gig, they do the same and magically, they are back ranking again! Everything in this comment is my own opinion and conjecture, I haven’t done anything much in terms of researching it but there is a logic to it. If someone’s sales have tanked then there is likely to be no harm in checking if there’s a feature they haven’t got included on their gig. Note: Editing a gig will likely make it disappear from search for 48 hours.
    7 points
  9. Don’t be sad, once I was dropped. back to back twice, and ended up as a new seller. It took me around 4months to get back to level 2. Hope fully your stats will recover that late delivery thing, Good Luck to you.
    7 points
  10. Just got a slot into the fiverr family. I know it will be awesome…
    7 points
  11. Hi everybody 🙂 I’m Andrea Galli and I’m a mixing and mastering engineer. I’m new to this platform and I’m very excited to be a part of this group. If someone need some mix & master on some tracks just DM me and I’ll be glad to help you reach your goal. Cheers, Andrea
    7 points
  12. I started my journey with Fiverr from April 11, 2020. After 2 months I have got my Level One seller badge today. Thank you so much Fiverr.com and these community members. Thanks a lot. …
    6 points
  13. Problem is Buyer Request is not showing! Help for fix this problem! Thanks Best Regards, maaz_creative Capture1329×418 7.42 KB
    6 points
  14. For some reason, none of my last five buyers have left a review. For context, I currently have 30 reviews and a 5 star overall rating. I have never had a streak this long without a review and additionally 3 of these last 5 orders were auto completed which is also very strange. I am not sure if something is wrong with the review process or if this is just a coincidence. Is anyone else having this problem?
    6 points
  15. I became a level one seller today! I completed the requirements 2 days ago on my 62nd day after posting my first gig. This is a timeline and sales chart of my Fiverr career and what I had to deal with along the way. image1656×1168 131 KB image1557×1314 168 KB
    6 points
  16. Hey everyone, Today, I am very happy because now I am level one seller. And I want to say thank you so all of you because I learnt so many things from you. Thank you so much.
    6 points
  17. I achieve fiverr level 1 in just 3 month after joining fiverr and 2 month after creating my first Gig now hoping for better results in ranking of my account as i am facing ranking issue and deleted 6 of my gigs 😦 Now hoping that fiverr will rank my gig again
    6 points
  18. Zero - nobody wants to see you share your gig over and over
    6 points
  19. What is the real gig marketing! I also want to know about this topic. 🙁
    6 points
  20. Hi there;-) I hope this finds everyone safe and healthy during this crazy time. I’m enjoying my freelance ghostwriting, proof/editing, and script writing on Fiverr and thought I’d say hi from the Midwest-I totally forgot when I first joined, but thought better late than never;-) What a great community! Stay safe and hugs (I’m a hugger lol), Tina
    5 points
  21. Everyone when Level One that time I lost my level. I am feeling so bad… 😞 Why Late delivery time decreases so fast but increases soo slow.
    5 points
  22. Finally Reached Level Two seller. Capture453×731 31.8 KB It was one of the best days when my best friend suggested I make a gig on Fiverr and I thankfully thought about it and it been great from the start. I had some ups and downs due to the COVID situation but still kept working and going. I left my office job and started doing Fiverr as my main source of income. Felling awesome as I saw this awesome level two badge on my profile. Hard work pays off.Music is my passion and Fiverr gave me the chance to work on something that I love doing rather than sitting in an office 9 to 5. Thank you Fiverr for making this possible for me. Happy Earnings everyone.
    5 points
  23. Here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChRBiv_tDYKzyPNYuJkAQzA I was rather hoping Frank would do more of these …
    5 points
  24. Hey @coerdelion I am glad to hear that you benefited from my live streams and got some results. As for your reply here I think you are right. There definitely was a spike in buyers here that got matched with new sellers due to how the algo defined relevance. I had a quick chat with my SM and she was hellbent on me not lowering my price, but offering less at a more accessible price point. She offered me several examples of other Pro sellers who offer a 30 second video as a basic package and they don’t do script writing or strategy calls. They had more orders than me during this drought. I was extremely hesitant to consider offering a service that forces the buyer to purchase add-ons in order to get a complete 1-minute explainer video, but I am not going to lie: I am now considering it. @audioboon Hey there! Nice to hear from you again! By turnaround efficiency I mean how efficient your customer journey is from the moment a purchase has been made till the second the buyer clicks on the “accept delivery button”. That’s all that matters to Fiverr. So if I deliver relatively fast, and there are few or none requests for modifications, then to the eyes of the algorithm I am an efficient seller, since I am streamlining the process from purchase to Fiverr pocketing the dough. As for your question, I don’t have any recommendation as this is something that differs between you and me. The drought is perceived differently by me and my account’s standards. That’s why I check my analytics on a daily basis. That makes sense to me since I assume I get more messages from prospects and I have more gigs across several categories. There is no rule of thumb either. If you were getting regular orders and/or inquiries and that suddenly changed, then you know something is up IF that persists for several days. All sellers are bound by 3 factors that are vastly different for each and everyone of us: ProbabilityContextSkillSo in essence: Luck, operating conditions and ability to perform a task at a high level of proficiency.
    5 points
  25. I got the first level… PIUM PIUM ⭐ 🔥 📢 Any advice that the most experienced can give me? now i’m going to make 3 more gigs and add some extras to all my gigs. I hope to reach more people, more sales and thus reach level 2 very soon! I want to thank this community in which we can all help each other in this time and to be able to continue in this time of pandemic. Thank you Sebas
    5 points
  26. It has been almost 2 years I completed the top rated requirement. but haven’t get the badge yet. is there anything else that I have to do to get the top rated badge? Thanks in advance mates. 🙂
    5 points
  27. i think i am the one who is very much thankful to fiverr… i was being lived on the most bad days of my life.i had a job with a satisfying salary before the corona happened.When i lost my job i was confused and tensed about my career,and sometimes i had drawn into depressions… 😑 As a new comer in fiverr, i am super satisfied in this platform.This gives me a fire of hope… now i am confident about my future and i am really thankful to my friend who introduced me this platform.And i will recommend this to all my friends and i am sure about that it will become a huge help for them thanks to fiverr.com 💓
    5 points
  28. Hello There, I’m Maruf. I’m a new seller in this marketplace from Bangladesh. I hope everyone is well. Today I wanna show you, how to check your gig activity? Step 1: Go your Fiver Help & SupportSecondly, you have to go Level, Warning & Status option.Then go there Gig Status to check your gig activityFinally, click this option " No one can see my gig; Where is it?" Please complete this above option and Check your gig staus…After check this, If any gig has been pending please contact Fiver support to Re-active tour gig: You can use this format Subject: “I NEED HELP, MY GIG STATUS IS PENDING, I NEED TO ACTIVATE IT.” Details: "Hi Fiverr Support. I need your help, My gig status is pending I’m one of the sellers in your marketplace since I edited my gig, gig status is pending. So I am applying to activate my gig again, please activate my gig again. After that, I will be able to increase sales again." After all, wait for 2 days. Fiver support will back to you soon and Re-active your gig… Thank You ih_maruf
    4 points
  29. Alhamdulillah, I have got my 1st level on Fiverr today. Please, everybody, keep me on your prayer for my success.
    4 points
  30. It’s been more than 8 days since I haven’t seen any buyer requests.
    4 points
  31. Just that. I would like to manage all my orders in just one queue, not in a number of queues equal to gigs I have. Thanks for reading! ^-^
    4 points
  32. Hello everyone, I just got the badge of Level 2 Seller based on ratings. I didn’t get any response like messages, orders from buyers for a week time. I am wondering what happened. The Fiverr analytics didn’t working from couple of month and no one is able to check their Gig analytics status. What should i do to get work? Thanks
    4 points
  33. My 1st Order IG100% completed…
    4 points
  34. Hi everyone 🙂 I’m Sharon Moran and a professional soulful vocalist. I’m hoping to make my first order here soon. 🙂 I’m new to this platform and I’m very excited to be a part of this community. If someone needs some vocals and I’ll be glad to help you achieve great results. Thanks to all, Sharon
    4 points
  35. I started my journey on February and after working four months got the level one seller badge. Thanks to Fiverr community for helping me. :star_struck:
    4 points
  36. I got an order a month ago but after that not getting orders yet.
    4 points
  37. Hey guys, I’m excited to tell you that I completed 2 orders in a day. Creating this gig took around 8 hours (keyword research, writing description, gig image, etc). I was getting low impressions and clicks but doing proper keyword research, marketing it on Twitter and Facebook gave me the result I wanted. I’m happy and motivated and looking forward to getting more orders. If you’re a new seller and have no sales please don’t give up. Have a nice day 🙂
    4 points
  38. 1st I thanks to GOD. Today I got Level 2 On Fiverr. And I completed 194 works in this market place with 142 reviews. So Happy Freelancing. Thanks to all
    4 points
  39. I’m new to Fiverr and I’m not able to view the buyer’s request. Please do help me out on this.
    4 points
  40. After you successfully finish a Fiverr Test, it will appear in your skills and “Test taken” on your profile. These skills are not same as regular skills that you manually input. Next to them is a “certified” icon meaning that you are verified for your knowledge. This will prove that you have knowledge in that sector and you are qualified for job using those skills. This also gives buyers confidence that they can trust in your skills and get the job done. Some more advantages of Fiverr tests:
    4 points
  41. Big red flag here 🚩 Fiverr doesn’t allow gigs that last for more than 30 days. Each gig must be self contained. DO NOT agree to any kind of briefing by phone or video call. Not allowed. You may not submit a resume - that gives ways for the buyer to contact you direct, whether or not you give them personal details. There is no need to submit one, anyway. Ask if they would like a $5 sample of your work so they can see if you’re a good fit. And then watch them run for the hills. You could explain that what they are asking for is against TOS. If you wanted to be nice. Otherwise, just say “no thanks”, report and block.
    4 points
  42. The word Dear in my country is usually used among people who have some intimacy, such as longtime friends or family. So, I’m also one of the persons who doesn’t like to be called Dear. I have even talked to some customers about this, explaining the cultural reason and asking them to not call me that. Unfortunately, when I ask them not to call me Dear the reaction is not the best. People argue with me or ignore and keep calling me Dear. It’s so annoying. I don’t like to be called Sir, Sis, Bro or Brother as well.
    4 points
  43. Never had a serous inquiry that started with “dear” or “bro”. Always asking for work, tips to “mek-sells”, name of the software I use or for discounted prices and constant haggling with no intentions to buy. One guy even asked me for some money.
    4 points
  44. I understand where it comes from. What I don’t understand is the unwillingness of letting it go on the international platform. Because when I see “brother” (or “sir”, or “sir/mam”) in my inbox, I don’t “read” it as person trying to show me respect. I read it as someone spamming the same message to 100 people without looking at who the recipients even are. And into the spam they go. Which would be the opposite result of what they were trying to achieve, I think.
    4 points
  45. Only if you want to receive an account warning. It’s not allowed to ask for reviews. Not to mention that Fiverr reminds buyers to leave a review. Twice. If you ask them for a review, too, they coould leave you a lower rating because they thought you were annoying. Asking for reviews is not allowed. You can get an account warning for that. Buyers don’t have to leave a review if they don’t want to.
    4 points
  46. New sellers can only see buyer requests at random times.
    4 points
  47. The expression “a buyer knocked me” annoys me more.
    4 points
  48. Are these book covers? If so, and your buyer attempts to cancel just say: Hi, I’m afraid that I cannot accept your request to cancel this order, as your full order has been delivered. If you wished to cancel, you would have needed to let me know before this volume of work was already prepared and checked by you. Please note also, that if this order is canceled, I will retain all rights over every cover design. Copyright notices will, therefore, be filed with any author and/or publishing platform making books available using my cover designs. To date, I have a 100% success rate petitioning Kindle Direct Publishing, Smashwords, and Apple iBooks to remove work created by me, where orders on Fiverr and elsewhere have been canceled after delivery. Kind Regards, You Your buyer is a reseller and this will pretty much make them wet their pants.
    4 points
  49. Hey everyone, Just spoke with our Product team and they’re still working on this. Unfortunately, it’s still going to be a few weeks. There’s a lot going on with this and if you’ve ever done any programing, when you start pulling on a thread, sometimes you find something 2 other threads that need cleaning up. Thank you again for your patience. I’ll update again once I know more.
    4 points
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